Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-06

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will he sent by mail and none by wire unless reply prepayment is made at time of wiring query. Frank M., Covington, Ky. It certainly would. T. H., St. Louis, Mo. It was a losing transaction. Philip S.. Chicago. Chas. Caunells place price !in race 17002 was S to 1. J. J. F., Lake Forest, 111. A parlay on Bodolfo and Great Britain September 22 lost. E. I. M., Detroit. If a horse in a show parlay was "out" to show at the track the parlay would "be void as to it. J. W., Columbus. 0. The greatest price paid in mutuel betting in this country was ,SS5.50 straight for each ticket on Wishing Bing, v.t Latouia, June 12, 1012. G. A. B., Detroit, Mich. The man is simply an advertiser on the same, basis as any other advertiser, lie, as all such are, is recniired. to file here in advance and is not allowed to claim anything that he did not do. The subsidy suggestion is foolish. I f n.

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